József Bagáry

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József Bagáry (Slovene: Jožef Bagari; January 8, 1840 – May 14, 1919) was Slovene Roman Catholic priest and writer in Hungary.

Born in Murska Sobota, in the Vas County of the Kingdom of Hungary (present-day Slovenia). His father József Bagáry Hungarian petty nobleman, mother slovene Katalin Monek.
Studied in Güns and Szombathely, was consecrated on July 14, 1866. Chaplain in Sveti Jurij, Rogašovci, Črenšovci, Tišina and Murska Sobota.

By 1874 priest in Martjanci, in 1912 was retire on a pension, and died in Murska Sobota.

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  • First Reader (Perve Knige – čtenyá za Katholičanske vesničke šolé na Povelênye drüžbe svétoga Števana správlene: po Bárány Ignáci pripravnice vučitel – ravnitel Elsö olvasó – könyv)

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